Pousada Recreio Da Praia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... that, we stopped at 4 other small beaches, and on one of these I saw black natural sand for the first time. In the evening we stayed at the terrace of our hotel overlooking the beach and enjoyed the live music from the restaurant below for free :) The second day included a full round around the island, with more stops at the southern part of the island. The landscape was very different from the northern side, there were a lot of rocks and beaches ...
... of one to silicon it is about a 9. It even squeaked when we walked. We headed back around half four, just before the heavens opened. Nicely timed.
In the evening we got on for Carl's last night, although unlike his last last night he downplayed it this time. The caprianas here are a lot better. The guy in the hostel is like a proper bartender as opposed to receptionists having a stab like in Rio. When the ...
... we had met in Rio and on the boat, the Caprihas were flowing as were the limbs on the dance floor by the sea (or so we thought at the time)! We ventured on a boat trip in the cloud and rain, (which was still amazing). The following day we hiked 3 hours across the island to lopes mendes, a beautiful beach and we got a fast taxi ...
... and no real roads to speak of. We get off at Vila Do Abraao, which is the main town. It is a pretty but busy little harbour town ferrying tourists around the island to the various beaches and to and from the mainland. We walked up the small cobbled and sandy streets to find out Pousada for the night. It is the height of tourist season here and as we had booked late we were not able to stay in the same hotel for the 4 nights we were here. The first night (Saturday) ...
... first couple of hours after arrival drinking caipirinhas down on the beach front, surrounded by stray dogs (very docile, and seemingly looked after by the locals), mosquitos, and ants with stupidly fat heads. We went to a large party at another hostel further down the beach before turning in late.
The next day Casey and I went on a hike (3 hours round trip) to the Cachoeira da Feiticeira (Witch Waterfall); although we had forgotten ...